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Haim Hazaz — the Writer, the Expounder and the Speaker / חיים הזז — הסופר, הדרשן והנואם

אבינועם ברשאי and Avinoam Barshai
Jerusalem Studies in Hebrew Literature / מחקרי ירושלים בספרות עברית
כרך ז‎ (תשמ"ה), pp. 7-34
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23360893
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Haim Hazaz — the Writer, the Expounder and the Speaker / חיים הזז — הסופר, הדרשן והנואם
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Abstract

This article is devoted to an enquiry into the various forms of rhetorical moulding of the message in the narrative writings of Hazaz, particularly to the mechanism of verbal reactions of the 'speakers' in his works. These serve as rhetorical media and present clear-cut historiosophical stands on the theme of Galut and Redemption. From the whole range of speakers in Hazaz's creations, one is able to crystallise a prototype of the Hazazic 'speaker'. The 'speakers' are stationed and presented in various 'narrative worlds'. The links between the various works illustrate the polyphonic principle by which rhetorical stands are considered according to their relative value and are regarded as equal to one another in force. The description of the 'narrative world', the narrative scene, the conversational chapter and the dialogic situation is the main concern of this article. Thus, the historiosophical reflection is considered to be an organic part of the narrative presentation, and in this way the coordination of the narrative medium with the thematic objective of the writer is illustrated.

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